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1988

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McLean v. Arkansas Board of Education

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Response To Monkeying Around With The Establishment Clause, Lucien J. Dhooge Jan 1988

Response To Monkeying Around With The Establishment Clause, Lucien J. Dhooge

University of Richmond Law Review

In the limited space available for response to Professor Leedes article, there is much which merits further attention but which cannot escape the bonds of paginal constraint. With regard to these unaddressed disputes, the reader is directed to the discussions of the relative merits of the controversy contained within the articles. Given the broad differences in viewpoint between Professor Leedes and myself, it would be practically impossible to address all of our differences in this response for fear of the response devouring its parent article-in-chief. Bearing these limitations in mind, I tender my response to Professor Leedes' article.


From Scopes To Edwards: The Sixty-Year Evolution Of Biblical Creationism In The Public School Classroom, Lucien J. Dhooge Jan 1988

From Scopes To Edwards: The Sixty-Year Evolution Of Biblical Creationism In The Public School Classroom, Lucien J. Dhooge

University of Richmond Law Review

Few issues have generated as much controversy as the scope of the religion clauses of the first amendment to the United States Constitution within the setting of the public schools. Indeed, as Justice Brennan once stated, the courts have "encountered few issues more intricate or more demanding than that of the relationship between religion and the public schools." This controversy is not surprising in light of the important role played by the public schools in shaping the nation's thoughts, beliefs and institutions. It is a controversy without end; for as long as the public schools maintain their primary role in …